The partnership brings Solvay’s leading-edge phosphorus portfolio to Strem’s customers, while Solvay and its customers benefit from Strem’s good standing in the scientific community, top-notch sampling and packaging, broad product range and superior customer service.
“Strem is excited about this partnership with Solvay, which builds on a collaborative relationship that spans many years,” said Ephraim S Honig, Chief Executive Officer at Strem Chemicals. “Strem serves many of the same end-use markets and applications with phosphorus-based chemicals, and we are pleased to be able to offer high-quality, commercial-grade products for our worldwide R&D customers and their early product development projects. Our customers will now be able to start their projects by sourcing phosphorus-based Solvay chemicals from Strem. They can have confidence that their projects will succeed because they are getting products that meet the highest quality standards, as they expect from Strem.”
All Solvay’s phosphorus materials will be available worldwide and in the UK and Ireland.
“Strem’s approach is well aligned with Solvay’s,” commented Eamonn Conrad, Phosphorus Specialties Global Business Development Manager for Solvay’s Technology Solutions global business unit. “Like Solvay, the company is committed to providing high-purity phosphorus specialty chemicals, short lead times enabled by its global supply chain and strong technical support. We look forward to working with Strem and helping their customers solve technical challenges and unlock new business opportunities.”
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